||If you’re seeking a career that affects change, Lincoln County has the unique opportunity to change lives. By providing education, tools, and resources we help individuals and families chart a brighter course for their future. We are looking for a Family Nurse Practitioner to join our Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC) team.
This position will work collaboratively in our FQHC Primary Care and School Based Health Center. You will practice under established protocols and policies. You will also assume independent responsibilities in the assessment, diagnosis, and the initiation of treatment. In this position you provide holistic primary medical care for families and clients across the lifespan, emphasizing health promotion and disease prevention, and managing acute and chronic diseases.
Completion of a certified nurse practitioner school.
Nurse Practitioner licensure as a family nurse practitioner in the State of Oregon.
COVID-19 Vaccination or approved medical/religious exemption.
Medical, Dental, and Vision Coverage.
Generous Paid Leave.
11% County Contribution into 401(k).
Fully Funded Health Savings Account.
$40,000 County Paid Life Insurance.
10 Paid Holidays Per Year.
Up to $50k National Health Service Corps (NHSC) Loan Repayment Program for eligible licensed providers.
Rural Practitioner Tax Credit up to 5k for NPs.
Office Hours Monday – Friday, typically 8-5.
Employee Assistance Programs.
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Compensation is dependent on education, experience and internal pay equity.